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30 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
The Port of Rotterdam has said it has ramped up its use of biobunkers by 40% in the final quarter of 2022, compared with...
25 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
German fuels trader Mabanaft and compatriot container shipping firm Hapag-Lloyd on Wednesday said they had signed a...
25 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
Norway’s government is proposing that the country’s maritime sector use alternatives to fossil fuels for 4% of its overall bunker requirements from the middle of this year, rising to 6% in 2024...
19 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
The EU’s much-vaunted – and long-awaited – database for biofuels and its feedstocks launched this week but...
17 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
The volume of HBE compliance credits booked into the Netherlands’ renewable fuels registry is around double this...
13 Jan 2023 | John McGarrity
Switzerland-headquartered refiner Varo Energy Group on Thursday said it has acquired most of the shares in...
3 Jan 2023 | Richard Weyndling
Spanish policy initiatives and major projects due to be launched or come online in 2023 could lead to a significant...
23 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
The Dutch government on December 23 said it has decided to retain the current values of multipliers that apply to various...
19 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
The European Council and the European Parliament reached a provisional political agreement on elements of the bloc’s Fit For...
16 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
The UN’s shipping agency this week failed to adopt proposals to completely decarbonise the global maritime sector by 2050, as some major developing countries held out against committing to much tougher climate targets than the 50% mid-century reduction...
14 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
Italian energy major Eni is considering whether to build a waste-based biorefinery in Malaysia, a country that is...
6 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
The Port of Rotterdam and some of its major customers have signed up for a scheme that aims to boost biofuels use at...
5 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
Spanish energy company Cepsa last week said it will build 2 gigawatts of green hydrogen capacity with the...
2 Dec 2022 | John McGarrity
Participants in the Netherlands’ compliance credit scheme for renewable fuels have responded to government proposals to...
28 Nov 2022 | John McGarrity
The Dutch government is likely to reduce the multiplier for the supply of biofuel to international shipping and reclassify...
16 Nov 2022 | Alexandra Chapman
Danish shipping firm Maersk together with a number of other sector organisations has this week signed an agreement to...
7 Nov 2022 | John McGarrity
The volume of bio-blended bunker fuels supplied at Rotterdam rose almost 14% overall in the third quarter compared with...
3 Nov 2022 | John McGarrity
Danish shipping firm Maersk has signed a provisional deal with the Spanish government to size up scaled-up production of...
2 Nov 2022 | John McGarrity
The Dutch government is proposing wide-ranging changes to multipliers for various types of liquid and gaseous biofuels - as well as...
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